Do you believe in the wonders of magic? Magic transcends our everyday lives, introducing an element of whimsy and surprise making the ordinary transform into something extraordinary. Holidays are the perfect time to incorporate family traditions into our lives. Addressing this need for families to bond and connect during special times, Patricia Cardello, author of The Magical Tales – Family Traditions book series. Always a believer in magic, it was a pleasure to find the award-winning Series The Magical Tales dusting off family traditions.
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Award-Winning Series The Magical Tales
Dusts Off Family Traditions
Sharing magical tales to answer questions for little learners, the award-winning series come beautifully packaged in a keepsake box containing The Magical Tales story, illustrated by artist Manuela Soriani, with an accompanying pouch of treasured, magical dust. Cardello, also owner and CEO of N & J Publishing has created a complete line of magical traditions including titles such as-
* The Magical Tale of Santa Dust – A Christmas Tradition
* The Magical Tale of Easter Bunny Dust – An Easter Tradition
* The Magical Tale of Halloween Dust – A Halloween Tradition
* The Magical Tale of the Friendship Dreidel – A Chanukah Tradition
* The Magical Tale of Birthday Dust – A Birthday Tradition (Spring 2017)
The Magical Tale of Santa Dust
A Christmas Tradition
The Magical Tale of Easter Bunny Dust
An Easter Tradition
"Two small children, on a treasure hunt in the woods, come upon a yellow pouch and the most beautiful Easter egg they have ever seen. Sensing it’s magic, they decide to make one wish – to see the Easter bunny. On their way home the magical egg develops a crack which spills magical Easter Bunny Dust that leads the Easter bunny to their door and to their sight."
The Magical Tale of Halloween Dust
A Halloween Tradition
The Magical Tale of the Friendship Dreidel
A Chanukah Tradition
"Sarah and Clara have been friends for nearly all of their lives. As close as sisters, and with names that rhymed, it was only natural that they cherished their friendship and promised it would last forever. When a little dreidel appears in the snow, they link it to both of them in a way only they understand, as a reminder that sharing traditions and love are what holidays are all about."
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